Originally posted by Sinnthia
Originally posted by pinchanze
So whats your point!
That entire post was nothing but a personal attack on someone else's intelligence level. If that is what you are going to attack, it helps to at least appear somewhat intelligent yourself.
A poorly worded, formatted, written, and expressed personal insult in empty defense of Sarah Palin hardly fits the bill.
That would be my point.
Let me try to be even more clear. Typos happen, I am guilty. Spelling seems to get more and more difficult as time with autocorrect word processors eats away at my brain, I am guilty. Saying stupid things happens, I am guilty.
Now. If you are going to go to the effort to post in words on a forum about a subject that involves some reading skills and all you post is a personal insult about someone else's intelligence, you should just try and appear at least slightly intelligent yourself.
Further, I did not attack anyone but I asked a question. Since the attack post was in reference to the poor performance of public schools, I wondered what kind of school produced the writer of said post. It actually seemed relevant to the topic at hand to me. See, if the poster went to a private school and cannot write a coherent sentence, then their disparraging of public schools would seem a bit empty. If said poster was an example of the poor education one gets from public school then I have to question the assessment offered by someone who is a product of such. Since we are discussing public schools and what they can and cannot or should or should not do in context of Michelle Obama suggesting something and people equating it to a bill they just imagined, it seemed like a relevant question to ask.
Can you tell me what kind of school the other poster went to or not?edit on 5-1-2011 by Sinnthia because: (no reason given)
If he gets his point accross whats it matter.. You attacked his spelling and grammer! Are you not attacking his intelligence? Hypocrite!